Friday, May 22, 2015 • Morning Edition • "The Outhousers of Earth Ugh"

Image Comics

Image Comics is an American comic book publisher. It was founded in 1992 by high-profile illustrators as a venue where creators could publish their material without giving up the copyrights to the characters they created, as creator-owned properties. It was immediately successful, and remains one of the largest comic book publishers in North America. Its output was originally dominated by work from the studios of the Image partners, but later included work by numerous independent creators. Its best-known series include Spawn, Savage Dragon, Witchblade, The Darkness, Invincible, and The Walking Dead.
Image Comics'

Image Comics' "Spread" Press Release is Pretty Much Love Letter to Outhouse

How do you stop The Outhouse from mocking your press release? Reverse psychology!

'Rat Queens'  Being Developed As Animated Series

'Rat Queens' Being Developed As Animated Series

The Image Comics title may be coming to a TV network in the future

Meet The Crew!: Manifest Destiny #7!

Meet The Crew!: Manifest Destiny #7!

External and internal threats put the expedition in jeopardy!

You're a Robot, But That's Okay: That's Because You're a Robot Review

You're a Robot, But That's Okay: That's Because You're a Robot Review

Hard Boiled, Blade Runner, and Lethal Weapon all rolled up into one(-shot).

Real Hero, Real Problems: Real Heroes #3 Review

Real Hero, Real Problems: Real Heroes #3 Review

Bryan Hitch can definitely draw big superhero action, but can he write it as well?

Image Comics Previews For June 18

Image Comics Previews For June 18

The Wicked & The Divine #1, MPH #2, Manhattan Projects #21, Fatale #23, Alex + Ada #7, Aphrodite IX #11, Sex Criminals #6

Same Old Sci-Fi: Starlight #4 Review

Same Old Sci-Fi: Starlight #4 Review

Can Duke McQueen step it up and lead the resistance to victory? Can this comic step it up and become something more than passable summer entertainment?

Review: Red City #1

Review: Red City #1

Blade Runner on Mars, but with brighter colors, less rain, and no replicants…yet.

Starlight #4  Preview

Starlight #4 Preview

One last chance at adventure for Duke, as another chapter unfolds in the ever-expanding Millarworld Universe!

It's Alive! But Can it Curtsy?: Madame Frankenstein #2 Review

It's Alive! But Can it Curtsy?: Madame Frankenstein #2 Review

Dr. Krall has spit in the face of God and resurrected his dead lover, but raising the recently deceased is easy. Teaching table manners to a monster? Now that's hard.


Dear Marc Silvestri: A Review of Rise of the Magi #1

Dear Marc Silvestri: A Review of Rise of the Magi #1

Marc Silvestri returns with a new ongoing series. Can Magi measure up with other Silvestri touchstones of the 90's like Codename: Stryke Force and Witchblade?

I Am Superannuated: The Superannuated Man #1

I Am Superannuated: The Superannuated Man #1

The last human must survive in a mutated dystopia, but don't worry, it's more fun than it sounds.

Archie Comics Releases

Archie Comics Releases "Sabrina" #1 Covers

ARCHIE COMICS' latest title hits stores this Fall

Snyder and Jock's Wytches to Debut in October

Snyder and Jock's Wytches to Debut in October

The anticipated new series finally has a release date.

The Wire In SPACE: The Fuse #4

The Wire In SPACE: The Fuse #4

Things are both coming together and falling apart for detectives Klem and Dietrich as another murder is added to the case.

Acid, Assassins, and Asphyxiation: Deadly Class #5 Review

Acid, Assassins, and Asphyxiation: Deadly Class #5 Review

Marcus continues tripping balls across the Las Vegas strip. But, unbeknownst to him, there are not one but two miscreants after him with murder on the mind.

Raising the Bar: Elephantmen #57 Review

Raising the Bar: Elephantmen #57 Review

Who'd have guessed that a female writer and a female artist would actually treat female characters with respect?

A Pleasant Surprise: Sovereign #3 Review

A Pleasant Surprise: Sovereign #3 Review

Something interesting finally happens! Will it be enough to save this series?

The Ugly Side of Being a Super-Spy: Velvet #5 Review

The Ugly Side of Being a Super-Spy: Velvet #5 Review

We take a look into Velvet's past and see that being a spy isn't always about martinis and toned dude butts.

The Outhouse is not responsible for any butthurt incurred by reading this website. All original content copyright the author. Banner by Ali Jaffery - he's available for commission!